Schedule of press-briefings in Ukraine Crisis Media Center for June 15, 2016

Schedule of press-briefings in Ukraine Crisis Media Center for June 15, 2016
June 14, 2016.

10-00 Discussion on topic: “Coal mines in Ukraine: invest or close?”
Anatoliy Korzun, director of Coal Industry Department, Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine
Igor Volchyn, senior research fellow at the Institute of Coal Energy Technologies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Roman Nitsovych, program director, analytical center DiXi Group
Oleksiy Zvolynskyi, director of Labor Market Monitoring Center in Ukraine (LMMC Ukraine)
Maksym Prasolov, senior expert, LMMC Ukraine
Anton Yaschenko, director of Bendukidze Free Market Center (BFMC)
Moderator: Denys Kazanskyi, journalist

12-30 Col. Oleksandr Motuzyanyk, Presidential Administration spokesperson on ATO related issues

13-00 Topic: “National cinema festival “Open night “Take 19”
Mykhailo Illyenko, president & art director of the festival
Pylyp Illyenko, head of the State Agency on Ukrainian cinema
Lucie Řehoříková, Director of the Czech Centre in Kiev

13-30 Panel discussion: “Social entrepreneurship and cooperation as a way to form middle class in Ukraine” 
Hanna Hopko, MP (independent), chairman of the Verkhovna Rada’s Foreign Affairs Committee
Zinoviy Svereda, president of Ukrainian Cooperative Alliance, doctor of social economics, Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome)
Victor Romaniuk, MP (“Narodnei Front” faction)
Vasyl Nazaruk, social investment program director, Western NIS Enterprise Fund
Vladyslava Rutytska, Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine on European integration
Oleksandra Gumenna, dean of the Faculty of Economic Sciences, National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”
Petro Makovskyi, head of the Supervisory Council, loan association “Vygoda”
Tetyana Kaminska, rector of Kyiv Cooperative Institute of Business and Law, PhD in economics, professor
Moderator: Tetyana Vasylyk, director of charity foundation “Zmitsnennya Gromad” (eng. “Strengthening Communities”)

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